Food and drink
The wide-ranging menu covers everything from "street food" - small, simple dishes such as tandoor-baked and marinated chicken drumsticks, and fish pakora - to big main courses such as roasted striped sea bass marinated in coriander, cumin and lime. In between, of course, are curries - although, oddly, there aren't as many of them as you might assume. It's all excellent - it's been rated not just by locals, but by celeb chefs and foodie types visiting Vegas (TV cook Rachael Ray came here on a recent visit).
It's very quiet - there's not much of a buzz - and down to earth. You don't need to dress up here, and most of your fellow diners will be locals.
Fairly reserved but friendly nonetheless.
On Paradise Road near Harmon Avenue - right by the Hard Rock and Rumor hotels.
Curries from US$11, starters from US$9 and mains from US$19.50. They also do regular deals - for October, for example, all vegetarian dishes are 20 per cent off, in celebration of National Vegetarian month - as well as the odd event - they recently had a fundraiser for the Pakistan flood victims.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Escaping the crowds